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THE ARROW 1969 



Editor Michael Newman 

Co-editor Wanda Root 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 




WARNING 

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WHO PURCHASES, ATTEMPTS 

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BOARD 




ADVERTISEMENTS— page 190 



FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION— page 12 




SPORTS — page 128 




UNDERCLASSMEN— page 84 




CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS— page 98 











ACTIVITIES— page 158 



SENIORS— page 42 










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FOREWORD 




Ignorance and injustice have always been 
the enemies of a free people. Intellectualism and 
freedom of speech will forever be its defenders. 
Responsibility and perspective must be their 
temperance. 

With this as our guide the staff of the 1969 
Arrow has compiled a history of this past tumul- 
tous year. Although never able to please every 
individual, we sincerely hope that we have pro- 
vided a meaningful record of these, our college 
years. 



IN MEMORIAM 



J. MILTON SKEATH, from 1921 to 1968, 
served Lycoming College with a dedication 
known to few men. His love for the institution 
led him from professor, to athletic coach, and 
finally to department head where every action 
reflected his belief in the precepts of educa- 
tion. We, (he staff of the 1969 Arrow, pause in 
memory of a gentleman who immeasurably 
enriched the lives of all those who had the 
honor of knowing him. 




THE WHITE HOUSE 

WASHINOTOX 



TO THE 1969 GRADUATING CLASS 
LYCOMING COLLEGE 



Each generation, shaped by forces outside and within it, asks 
the question it must ask. Some generations, concerned with 
the building of a nation, ask "How?" Other generations, 
needing to set priorities for the future, ask "What?" 

Your generation has asked "Why?" 

As Americans we must together ask all of the big questions 
and seek to find answers . How we build a better America, 
what kind of nation we want, why we pursue certain goals 
instead of others -- these are not problems to be faced by 
one generation and ignored by another. >lll of us must face 
them. 

A college education in the humanities and sciences teaches 
us that the real power to deal with these problems comes 
out of the human mind and the human heart. All power 
must be disciplined by trained intelligence and tempered 
by compassion. 

Each of you is a center of power. Your professional or social 
or religious or political activity will determine the shape of 
the future of your nation and of the world. 

The question asked by your generation -- Why? -- is one that 
must be ansv^ered not only by the quality of your rhetoric but 
by the quality of your lives . It was in your college years 
that we were first made aware of those "people talking without 
speaking, people hearing without listening. 

'.^at you have brought and will continue to bring to /-imerican 
life is not the sound of silence, but the sound of a generation 
which will work to ensure that, in the words of V/illiara 
Faulkner, "...man will not merely endure: he will prevail." 




THE 

PRESIDENT'S 

MESSAGE 




Members of the Class of 1969: 

The final year of your Lycoming educational experience will remain fixed in your 
memories for life. Set in the framework of the unpopular Viet Nam War, events were de- 
bated and studied by interested student and faculty groups. Disagreements on Lycoming 
policies and traditions were aired and major changes resulted. I am proud of the campus 
leadership your class exhibited throughout the year, evidenced by the general good con- 
duct of the student body. Specifically, we had "speak outs" and "speak ins" rather than 
"sit ins" or "break ins" as were common on other campuses in the world. This stands on 
the record as a great achievement in modern community living, and my hat is off to you 
and your elected leaders for your accomplishments. 

Lycoming College has a lot going for it, and it will be a center of teaching and learn- 
ing for many generations to come. Its relationships with the church and community will 
naturally change, but its Christian principles will continue to evoke the best in human en- 
deavors to eliminate injustices, to care for the less fortunate, to promote peace and 
brotherly love among all men and to teach all men the great value of service to others. 

May God bless all of you as you take your places in a society which desperately 
needs you and your thousands of fellow-graduates of the Class of 1969. I can assure you 
that your ideals and ideas for the improvement of this old world will prevail if you have 
the energy and perseverance to accomplish the changes within the framework of our 
great people's democracy. 

John G. Detwiler 

Acting President of the College 




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DEDICATION 



We, the Class of 1969, pause to pay tribute to one who 
has given unselfishly of time and effort. Stepping forward 
to assist the college while lesser men insulted from the 
shadows, you have exhibited devotion, fortitude, and con- 
viction that is so lacking in today's world. 

With hands that were but human, you have helped to 
strengthen Lycoming during a period of national weakness 
among university administrators. The open door of your of- 
fice and willingness to discuss our problems have won 
from the majority of Lycoming students unbounding re- 
spect. 

To you, 



John G. Detwiler, 



the Arrow of 1969 takes honor in dedicating this, a record 
of our college years. May it always remind you of our af- 
fection for one so concerned with the well-being of Lycom- 
ing College. 



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FACULTY AND 
ADMINISTRATION 




Fred A. Pennington 
President of the Board 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS 




Bishop Fred Pierce 

Corson 
Dr. Richard R. Cramer 
John G. Detwiler 
Frank L. Dunham 
Samuel H. Evert 
Rev. Dr. Nelson H. Frank 
Rev. Dr. Newton H. 

Fritchley 
*S. Dale Furst, Jr. 
Paul G. Gilmore 
Honorable Charles F. 

Greevy 
Robert W. Griggs 
Walter J. Heim 
Kenneth E. Himes 
Rev. Grantas E. Hoopert 

Honora 
Charles V. Adams 
Ernest M. Case 
Ralph E. Kelchner 
'deceased July 9, 1969 



Rev. Dr. Thomas J. Hopkins 
Bishop Hermann W. Kaebnick 

James G. Law 
W. Gibbs McKenney, Jr. 
Fred A. Pennington 
Arnold A. Phipps, II 
Honorable Herman T. 

Schneebeli 
Dr. T. Sherman Stanford 
George L. Stearns, II 
Rev. Wallace F. Stettler 

Harold J. Stroehmann, Jr. 
Nathan W. Stuart 
Rev. Donald H. Treese 
W. Russell Zacharias 
ry Directors 
Rev. Dr. Elvin C. Myers 
Mrs. H. Marshall Stecker 
Rev. L. Elbert Wilson 





PRESIDENT 
John G. Detwiler 




VICE-PRESIDENT 
Kenneth E. Himes 



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Robert O. Patterson 
Assistant Dean of 
Men 





Bruce L. Swanger 
Director of Public 
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Director of Pfiysical Education 
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Peter Cooper 

Computer Center Director 




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Jack C. Buckle 
Director of Student 
Services 




Harold W. Hayden 

Librarian 




Robert L. Eddinger 
Director of Buildings and 
Grounds 




Mrs. Helen Felix 
Dean of Women 



Dale V. Bower 
Director of Alumni 
Affairs 



Kenneth) E. Himes 

Treasurer and Business Manager 



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ADMINISTRATION 




Oliver E. Harris 
Director of Development 




David G. Mobberley 
Acting Dean of the College 




Frank J. Kamus 
Director of Admissions 




Alan Cohick 
Admissions Counselor 



Robert J. Glunk 
Registrar 




R. Stephen Hockley 
Admissions Counselor 




William L. Baker 
Financial Aid Director 





R. Andrew Lady 
Assistant to the President 




Edward K. McCormick 
Assistant Dean of Men 



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ADMINISTRATIVE 
ASSISTANTS 



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Mrs. Gertrude L. Henry 
Head Housekeeper 




LIBRARY FACULTY: Mr. \. Tumbleson, Mrs. LIBRARY STAFF: Mrs. L. Banks, Mrs. Houseknecht, 

K. Chandler, Miss C, Fisher, Mrs. M. Barnes, Mrs. A. Libby, Mrs. E. Lipfert, Mrs. H. Vincent, Mrs. c' 



Mr. H. Hayden. 



Hause, Miss B. Connolly. 




SECRETARIES— Seafed; Mrs. B. Swanger, Mrs. H. Earnest, Mrs. N. Haas, Mrs. D. 
Reichenbach. Standing: Mrs. L. Rinker, Mrs. M. Rubendall, Mrs. M. Everett, Mrs. J. 
Kiess, Mrs. P. Brungard, Mrs. M. Elmer, Mrs. P. Miller, Mrs. S. Campbell, Mrs. J. 
Hrzic, Mrs. D. Horn, Mrs. P. Holmes, Mrs. B. Paris. 





Russell A. Bloodgood 
Food Services Director 




HOUSEMOTHERS: Mrs. 
C. Spire, Mrs. L. Spangle, Mrs. 
M. Heyne. 



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NURSES: Mrs. R. Burket, Mrs. 
T. Parkin, Miss C. Kyler, Mrs. O. 
Deibert. 





BOOKSTORE: Mrs. D. Streeter, 
Mrs. E. Helm, Mrs. B. Beck. 



RESIDENT ADVISORS; B. Rem- 
orenko, D. Turner, J. Richards, 
C. Wells, R. Dacheaux, T. 
Yocum, Dean McCormick, S. 
Raymond, T. Brinton, R. Brown, 
J. Marthinson, P. Browne, J. 
Jadlocki, T. Shouldice, W. Hurr, 
H. Hall, P. Bruguiere, B. Town- 
send, J. Amico, Dean Patterson, 
R. Crane. 



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EDUCATION 





Mrs. June Evans 
Secretary, Education Office 



Mrs. Louise R. Schaeffer 
Assistant Professor of Education 





Ronald Miller 
Instructor of Education 



John H. Conrad 

Assistant Professor of Education 



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John J. Zimmerman 

Assistant Professor of Education 




Jack K. Campbell 

Chairman, Education Department 




John E. Dice 
Instructor of Education 



Mrs. Ann Williams 
Instructor of Education 




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J. Milton Skeath 
Acting Chairman, Soci- 
ology Department 





David J. Loomis 

Assistant Professor of Psychology 



John G. Hancock 
Assistant Professor of 
Psychology 




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R. Kurt Stoll 
J Instructor of Sociology 

Clifford O. Smith 

Dir. Psychological Services; Ass't. Professor 




Lee B. Ross 

Instructor of Psyctiology & 
Sociology 





R. James Crook 
Instructor of Sociology 




Mrs. R. James Crook 
Instructor of Sociology 




Richard H. Craig 

Assistant Professor of Psychology & Counselor 



SOCIOLOGY AND 
PSYCHOLOGY 



George K. Shortess 
Chairman, Psychology 
Department 



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POLITICAL 
SCIENCE AND 
HISTORY 





David A. Cowell 

Assistant Professor of Political Science 




Robert H. Ewing 
Professor of History 



Richard Stites 

Associate Professor of History 




Loring B. Priest 

Chairman, History Department 



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C. Daniel Little 

Assistant Professor of Political Science 




Mrs. Helen B. Weidman 
Chairman, Political Science 
Department 



Richard 8. Rhone 

Assistant Professor of Political Science 




Miss Eloise Gompf 
Professor of History 



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Mrs. Gertrude B. Madden 
Assistant Professor of Engl 



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John A. Stuart 

Associate Professor of English 





Donald C. Wall 

Associate Professor of English 







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Martin I. Durst 

Assistant Professor of English 



John W. Fiero 

Assistant Professor of English 



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ENGLISH 




Robert H. Byington 
Professor of English 




Francis Bayer 
Assistant Professor of 
English 





Rodney C. Grossman 
Assistant Professor of English 




James J. McAuley 

Assistant Professor of English 



John P. Graham 

Chairman, English Department 



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George M. Dix 
Instructor of French 




Leo K. Winston 

Assistant Professor of Russian 





Eric H. Kadler 

Chairman, Foreign Language Department 




Miss Hildegard M. Gensch 
Assistant Professor of German 



Bernard P. Flam 

Assistant Professor of Spanish 



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FOREIGN 
LANGUAGES 





Guy G. Mentha 

Associate Professor of Frenchi 



S. Ray Brost 

Assistant Professor of German 





Phil G.Gillette 

Associate Professor of Spanish 



Howard Mancing 
Instructor of Spanish 



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John W. Chandler 
Chairman, Art Department 




Mrs. Mary L. Russell 
Associate Professor of 
Music 




James W. Sheaffer 
Associate Professor of 
Music 




Robert Porter 
Instructor of Theater 



FINE ARTS 




Roger D. Shipley 
Instructor of Art 




James I. Meyer 
Instructor of Art 



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Walter G. Mclver 

Chairman, Music Department 




Glen E. Morgan 

Associate Professor of Music 




David A. Reeve 
Instructor of Theater 




Charles W. Raison 

Chairman, Theater Department 




Mrs. Katharine Fetter 
Instructor of Art 



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Ludwig F. Schlecht, Jr. 
Assistant Professor of Philosophy 




Eduardo Guerra 

Associate Professor of Religion 





Owen F. Herring 
Assistant Professor of 
Philosophy 



PHILOSOPHY 
AND 




Norman E. Bowie 
Assistant Professor of 
Philosophy 




Paul B. Mojzes 

Assistant Professor of Religion 



J. Preston Cole 

Assistant Professor of Religion 



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RELIGION 




Neale H. Mucklow 
Chairman, Philosophy 
Department 




Philip M. Kretschmann 
Instructor of Philosophy 




Allen Harder 
Assistant Professor of 
Philosophy 





W. Arthur Faus 
Associate Professor of 
Philosophy 




Malcolm L. Peel 

Assistant Professor of Religion 



O. Thompson Rhodes 
Chairman, Religion Department 



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William E. Rogers 

Assistant Professor of Biology 




James K. Hummer 

Associate Professor of Chemistry 



Alden G. Kelley 

Assistant Professor of Biology 




Robert B. Angstadt 
Assistant Professor of Biology 







David G. Mobberley 
Chairman, Biology Department 



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Allen L. Morehart 

Associate Professor of Biology 



BIOLOGY 

AND 
CHEMISTRY 





David H. Frederick 

Associate Professor of Chemistry 



Jotin A. Radspinner 

Chairman, Chemistry Department 



Wenrich H. Green 
Instructor of Biology 




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PHYSICS AND 
MATHEMATICS 




Richard W. Feldmann 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics 



Moo Ung Kim 

Assistant Professor of Physics 




M. Raymond Jamison 

Assistant Professor of Physics & Chemistry 





Timothy J. Killeen 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics 



Thomas J. Henninger 
Instructor of Mathematics 



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Mrs. Frances Skeath 

Chairman, Mathematics Department 




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Charles L. Getchell 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics 



Josiah P. Alford 
Instructor of Mathematics 





Willy Smith 

Associate Professor of Physics 



Morton A. Fineman 
Chairman, Physics Department 



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Mrs. Sally F. Vargo 

Assistant Professor of Physical Education 




Mort Rauff 
Swimming Coach 




Miss Carole Bateman 
Instructor of Physical Education 



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PHYSICAL 
EDUCATION 





Nelson Phillips 

Instructor of Physical Education 



Budd Whitehill 

Assistant Professor of Physical Education 





Clarence W. Burch 

Assistant Professor of Physical Education 



Mrs. Donna Miller 
Assistant Professor of Physical 
Education 



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BUSINESS 




Mrs. Elizabeth H. King 
Assistant Professor of Business 
Administration 




John G. Hollenbacl< 

Chairman, Business Administration Department 




Logan A. Richmond 
Chairman, Accounting 
Department 




Charles E. Townsend 
Assistant Professor of 
Business Administration 



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Robert W. Rabold 

Chairman, Economics Department 





Edward A. Sweeney 

Instructor of Business Administration 



Don L. Larrabee 
Lecturer of Business Law 





Jay H. Lowden, Jr. 
Instructor of Economics 




Roger W. Opdatil 
Assistant Professor of 
Economics 



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SENIORS 




Susan J. Albert 


Walter B.Albert, Jr. 


C. Kenneth Allard, Jr. 


Joseph M. Amico 


Clearfield, Pa. 


Wayne, Pa. 


Towson, Md. 


Saugus, Mass. 


Sociology 


Economics 


Political Science 


Religion 




Robert D. Anderson 


William J. Andes 


Richard F. Andrus 


Kenneth L. Arnholt 


Trucksville, Pa. 


Randallstown, Md. 


Westfield, N.J. 


Flourtown, Pa. 


Business Administration 


Political Science 


Theater 


History 







S. Eric Asendorf 
Ellicott City, Md. 
Economics 



Peter D. Atherton 
Westfield, N.J. 
Political Science 



Bruce E. Bahr 
Muncy, Pa. 
Biology 



Keith E. Bailey 
Armonk, N. Y. 
Business Administration 



Beatrice E. Baird 
Williamsport, Pa. 
Sociology 



Joyce P. Baker 
Williamsport, Pa. 
History 



Donald B. Beach 
Hampton, N. J. 
Biology 



Susan F. Beauvais 
Boonton, N. J. 
Mathematics 



Deborah H. Beecher 
Rockville Centre, N. Y. 
Biology 



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Eleanor V. Beers 
Pine City, N. Y. 
Religion 



William H. Beljean, Jr. 
Levittown, N. Y. 
Psychology 



John B. Bell, III 
Wyckoff, N.J. 
History 



Richard L. Bement 
Elmira, N. Y. 
Religion 



Jack R. Bennett 
Montoursville, Pa. 
Business Administration 



Phyllis J. Bennett 



Altoona, Pa. 
Sociology 



Ronalee C. Bennett 
North Haven, Conn. 
Psychology 



Patrick E. Biggs 
Lewisburg, Pa. 
Political Science 




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H. Pamela Bird 
Plymouth, Pa. 
Psvcholoav 



Charlotte E. Bixby 
Alexandria, Va. 
Sociology 



William A. Bladt 
Burlington, N. J. 
English 



Patricia A. Bosweil 
Avis, Pa. 
Theater 



Carolyn E. Bourne 
New Hyde Park, N. Y. 
Biology 



Judith E. Bowen 
Ridgewood, N. J. 
Sociology 



Robert K. Bond 
Willingboro, N. J. 
Economics 




Robert P. Bower 
Williamsport, Pa. 
English 



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Sally A. Bower 
Muncy, Pa. 
French 



Joyce A. Brickman 
Williamsport, Pa. 
English 



James B. Boyer 
Sinking Springs, Pa. 
Physics 

Susan H. Brion 
Morris Run, Pa. 
Biology 




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Marlin E. Brouse 
Montgomery, Pa. 
Political Science 



Peter R. Bruguiere 
Shrewsbury, N. J. 
History 



Linda A. Brushett 
Latham, N. Y. 
History 



John W. Bucher 
East Petersburg, Pa. 
Political Science 



Daniel O. Burrough 
Pitman, N. J. 
Biology 



Linda A. Bush 
Washington, D. C. 
Sociology 



Mollys. Bushnell 
Altoona, Pa. 
Sociology 



Linda J. Carlton 
Stroudsburg, Pa. 
Psychology 



Linda F. Chase 
Oxford, Pa. 
Art 



James A. Chilton 
Carlisle, Pa. 
Biology 



James W. Christie 
Jerome, Pa. 
History 



Judith M. Clement 
Haddonfield, N.J. 
Biology 




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Lynne F. Clinch 
Oneida, N. Y. 
Religion 



Harold E. Cooper 
Hackensack, N. J. 
Political Science 



Joan M. Couglar 
Medina, N. Y. 
Religion 



Bernard C, Cowden 
Williamsport, Pa. 
Biology 



David W. Cronk 
North Syracuse, 
Accounting 



N. Y. 



Suzanne E. Curley 
Greensburg, Pa. 
German 



Robert L. Curry 
Ardmore, Pa. 
History 



Ramon F. Dacheux 
Dillsburg, Pa. 
Biology 



Kathleen E. Dake 
Penfield, N. Y. 
Russian 



Donna R. Dallmeyer 
York, Pa. 
Psychology 



Diane M. Damaska 
Williamsport, Pa. 
Sociology 



Myra L. Davis 
Springfield, Pa. 
Sociology 




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William J. Davis 
Corning, N. Y. 
Business Administration 



Patricia E. Deible 
Reynoldsville, Pa. 
History 



Patricia A. Deklerow 
Rochester, N. Y. 
Political Science 



Cheryl K. DePree 
Warminister, Pa. 
Biology 



Dennis D. Derek 
Shamokin, Pa. 
Chemistry 



James M. DeRose 
Springfield, Pa. 
Biology 



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Sandra L. Derr 
Montoursville, Pa. 
English 



Mary E, DeSilver 
Bethlehem, Pa. 
Biology 



Lois B. DIetz 
Watertown, Conn. 
Biology 



Carmela F. DiLuzio 
Hazleton, Pa. 
Psychology 



Gary E. Drosback 
Summit, N. J. 
Biology 



Velma T. Dugan 
Muncy, Pa. 
French 



Mollis L. Engley 
Vineyard Haven, Mass. 
Political Science 



A. Scott Fink 
Rochester, Pa. 
History 



James T. Fisher 
Allentown, Pa. 
Sociology 



Thomas H. Fisher 
Westport, Conn. 
Accounting 



Joan C. Fitzgerald 
Teaneck, N. J. 
Sociology 



Harriet Hooven Fleming 
Flemington, Pa. 
Mathematics 




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Peter B. Foster 
Princeton, N.J. 
Art and Biology 



Charles F. Fox, III 
Vandergrift, Pa. 
History 



Sandra L. Freitag 
Hicksville, N. Y. 
History 



James E. Fritscti 
Johnson City, N. Y. 
Biology 



Arthur L. Fry 
Montoursville, Pa. 
Sociology 



Jean A. Gamble 
East Lansdowne, Pa. 
English 



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Hugh E. Garrity 
Middletown, Conn. 
Political Science 



Susan B. Gates 
Clearfield, Pa. 
Psychology 



David D. Gathman 
Williamsport, Pa. 
Business Administration 



Mary V. Gaulin 
Williamsport, Pa. 
English 



Peggy J. Giauque 
Villanova, Pa. 
Psychology 



Richard A. Gibson 
Alexandria, Va. 
Sociology 



Scott V. Gifford 
Phelps, N. Y. 
Psychology 



Dwight E. Giles, Jr. 
Morrow, Ohio 
Religion 





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Gregory W. Godon 
Media, Pa. 
Biology 



Richard L. Goss 
Montoursville. Pa. 
Mathematics 



Carole A. Gras 
Annapolis, Md. 
Art 



Cyndia J. Gray 
Clearfield, Pa. 
Chemistry 



Spence W. Grayson 
Port Washington, N. Y. 
Sociology 



Stephen W. Gruner 
Summit, N. J. 
Art 



Ronald L. Guisewhite 
South Williamsport, Pa. 
Biology 



Linda T. Haigh 
Elmira, N. Y. 
Psychology 



Harry E. Hall, 111 
Clark Summit, Pa. 
Sociology 




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Marilyn A. Hall 
Bath, N. Y. 
Political Science 



Robert D. Hallowell 
Downingtown, Pa. 
Business Administration 



Lawrence R. Hamilton 
Waverly, N. Y. 
Business Administration 



Kay A. Haney 
Jersey Shore, Pa. 
Chemistry 



Martin D. Hargas 
Clarks Summit, Pa. 
Psychology 



David G. Harris 
Plymouth, Pa. 
Sociology 



Donald B. Harris, Jr. 
Forty Fort, Pa. 
Mathematics 



John D. Harrison, Jr. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Business Administration 



William A. Hebe 
Liberty, Pa. 
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C. Mark Henderson 
Croton Hudson, N. Y. 
Sociology 



Carol J. Henderson 
Edison, N. J. 
Sociology 



Curtis L. Henry Judith A. Henry 

Williamsport, Pa. Ridgewood, N. J. 

Business Administration Chemistry 




Karen A. Henry 
Hazleton, Pa. 
Religion 



Margaret L. Herley 
Coatesville, Pa. 
Mathematics 



Helen T. Herrman 
Garfield Heights, Ohio 
Mathematics 



Rosalie A. Hesen 
Williamsport, Pa. 
Sociology 





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Robert C. Heske, Jr. 
Freeport, N. Y. 
Business Administration 



Corinne K. Holdstein 
Wenonah, N. J. 
Spanish 



Sandra J. Hess 
Reading, Pa. 
Psychology 



Barbara A. Holley 
Maywood, N. J. 
History 



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T. Marshall Hopkins 
Williamsport, Pa. 
German 



Charles W. Hughes 
Williamsport, Pa. 
Business Administration 



Daniel B. Hulitt 
Haddon Heights, N. J. 
Psychology 



John L. Hull 
Norfolk, Conn. 
Psychology 



Wayne M. Hurr 
Jersey Shore, Pa. 
Psychology 



William D. Hutchison 
Butler, Pa. 
Accounting 



Judith A. Jackson 
Easton, Conn. 
Spanish 



Robert G. Jamieson 
Maplewood, N. J. 
Business Administration 



Carol D. Jamison 
Williamsport, Pa. 
Art 



David J. Jerva 
Skaneateles, N. Y. 
Physics 



Richard J. Johnsen 
Bergenfield, N. J. 
Business Administration 



William S. Jula 
Baden, Pa. 
Political Science 



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Daria M. Kelchner 
Hughesville, Pa. 
Biology 



Caroline R. Kendall 
Reading, Pa. 
Art 



Janet H. Kennedy 
Maynard, Mass. 
Spanish 



Ronald R. Kennedy 
Montoursville, Pa. 
Physics 



D. Craig Kidd 
Huntingdon, Pa. 
Sociology 



Jay A. Kilpatrick 
Toms River, N. J. 
Psychology 



John P. Kindlimann 
Montoursville, Pa. 
Business Administration 



Eileen F. King 
Syracuse, N. Y. 
English 



Shelley F. King 
Williamsport, Pa. 
Biology 




Wayne E. Kinley 
Williamsport, Pa. 
Accounting 



Timothy G. Kitchen 
Levittown, Pa. 
Business Administration 



Susan N. Kituna 
South Braintree, Mass. 
Mathematics 



Gary T. Kleese 
Canton, Pa. 
English 




Jean A. Kline 
Berwick, Pa. 
Psychology 



D. John Konkle, Jr. 
Muncy, Pa. 
Sociology 



Linda M. Lambert 
Williamsport, Pa. 
Sociology 



Mary J. Lane 
Walton, N. Y. 
English 





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Linda J. Larsen 
Stone Ridge, N. Y. 
Biology 



Gayle L. Larson 

Soutin Williamsport, Pa. 

Psychology 

Kathryn L. Leinthall 
Clarkes Green, Pa. 
Sociology 



Christine M. Loy 
Winchester, Va. 
Mathematics 



John D. Lutz 
Pitman, N. J. 
Political Science 



Peter R. Lynn 
Williamsport, Pa. 
Economics 



Samuel R. Lytle 
Titusville, Pa. 
Biology 



Cathy J. MacLaury 
Titusville, N. J. 
English 



F. Allen Macomber, Jr. 
Rochester, N. Y. 
Political Science 



R. Lynn Magargle 
Hughesville, Pa. 
Chemistry 



Martha G. Mahike 
Yonkers, N. Y. 
Sociology 



Mary I. Malloy 
Williamsport, Pa. 
English 




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Joyce E. Malone 
New Monmouth, N. J. 
History 



Daniel E. Maneval 
Williamsport, Pa. 
French 



David L. Mangun 
Manchester, Conn, 
Religion 



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Gary R. Marshall 
South Williamsport, Pa, 
History 



Neil S, Martin 
Reading, Pa, 
History 



Pamela A. Martin 
Basking Ridge, N, J. 
Sociology 





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Maxine M. Maye 
Washington, D.C. 
Sociology 



Charles C. McCormick, 

Jr. 
Williamsport, Pa. 
Business Administration 



Thomas J. McElheny 
Williamsport, Pa. 
Business Administration 



Thomas S. Mcllwain 
Wallingford, Pa. 
Political Science 



Nancy E. Mealey 
Woodbury, N. J. 
Mathematics 



John D. Meister 
Leesport, Pa. 
Chemistry 



Noel N. Menan 
Springfield, Pa. 
Political Science 



Kathy E. Mengle 
Mifflinville, Pa. 
English 



Cynthia M. Mihal 
Williamsport, Pa. 
English 



David R. Miller 
Harrisburg, Pa. 
Accounting 



Diane L. Miller 
Indiana, Pa. 
Biology 



James L. Miller 
Greencastle, Pa. 
Chemistry 








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Mary Price Miller 
Williamsport, Pa. 
Sociology 



William R. Miller 
Shamokin, Pa. 
Psychology 



Joseph R. Mix 
Cogan Station, Pa. 
Business Administration 



Christine A. Modisher 
Fredonia, N. Y. 
Religion 



David B. Morgan III 
Hawleyville, Conn. 
Psychology 



Christine Mclntyre Muir 
Fall River, Mass. 
French and Sociology 



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Ronald R. Mulberger 
Williamsport, Pa. 
Philosophy 



Gregory C. Mullaney 
Towson, Md. 
Political Science 



Richard I. Muller 
Ardmore, Pa. 
English 



Michael C. Musheno 
South Williamsport, Pa. 
Political Science 



Linda A. Netherton 
Endicott, N. Y. 
Religion 



Kirk D. Nevius, Jr. 
Ocean City, N. J. 
Accounting 



Michael J. Newman 
Wood Ridge, N. J. 
Business Administration 



Malcolm P. Northam 

Glenside, Pa. 

Business Administration 



Janet E. OIpp 
North Andover, 
English 



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Donald H. Olsen 
Woodbridge, N. J. 
Psychology 



Gail E. Ormsby 
Williamstown, N. J. 
Biology 



Edmund W. Osgood, Jr. 
Wellsboro, Pa. 
Sociology 



J. Alan Otto 
Easton, Pa. 
Sociology 



Jotin B. Otto, III 
Williamsport, Pa. 
History 



Dale R. Overley 
Chester, Pa. 
History 



Joan E. Palmquist 
Berkeley Heights, N. 
Psychology 



Marion M. Peters 
Valley Stream, N. Y. 
English 



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Nancy C. Peterson 
Clearfield, Pa. 
Mathematics 



Linda J. Phillips 
Burlington, N. J. 
Spanish 



Richard D. Pinkerton 
Berwyn, Pa. 
History 



Robert A. Pitcher 
Tunkhannock, Pa. 
Psychology 



Gary L. Pitkin 
Dunmore, Pa. 
Psychology 



Patricia J. Poetter 
Ridgewood, N. J. 
Psychology 



Hugh M. Powell, Jr. 
Chesapeake, Va. 
Biology 



Joan M. Purpura 
Chalfont, Pa. 
Psychology 

Gregory W. Pyle 
Lansdowne, Pa. 
Political Science 




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Robert W. Rabold, Jr. Jon S. Raemore 
Williamsport, Pa. Williamsport, Pa. 

Accounting Biology 



Gary G. Rager 

Muncy, Pa. 

Business Administration 



Raymond W. Ralston, Jr. 

Summit, N. J. 

Frencti 




Gail A. Rasmussen 


Stanley S. Raymond, Jr. 


Nancy E. Reams 


Edwin J. Reeder 


Demi,N. Y, 


Short Hills, N.J. 


South Williamsport, Pa. 


Montoursville, Pa 


Biology 


Business Administration 


English 


Accounting 



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Margaret A. Reichey 
Livingston, N.J. 
Psychology 



Lynne J. Reiss 
Orange, Conn. 
Psychology 



William B. Remorenko, Jr. Rita L. Rhoads 
Wallingford, Pa. Reading, Pa. 

Biology Biology 



Eloisa D. Richmond 
Williamsport, Pa. 
Spanish 



Frank A. Richmond 
Williamsport, Pa. 
Music 



John C. Richmond 

Berwyn, Pa. 

Business Administration 



Mayetta L. Riner 
Pittsford, N. Y. 
History 



Paul J. Rohrer 
Williamsport, Pa. 
Political Science 



Wanda F. Root Lynn Ray Rosengrant 

Woodbury, N. J. Clarks Summit, Pa. 

Sociology and Psychology Biology 



Danny W. Ross 
Williamsburg, Pa. 
Economics 




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Murray L. Ross 
Rochester, N.Y. 
History 



Susan Ross 
Chalfont, Pa. 
Sociology and Spanish 



John L. Rundio Philip A. Russell 

South Williamsport, Pa. Paoli, Pa. 
History Biology 






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Mark A. Santucci 
Plainville, Conn. 
Philosophy 



Judith L. Sayre 
Haddonfield, N.J. 
Sociology 



Robert H. Scannevin 
New Hyde Park, N.Y. 
History 



Peter B. Schaeffer 
Montoursville, Pa. 
Business Administration 



Gary W. Schaper 

Islip, N.Y. 

Business Administration 



Thomas L. Scheffer 
Fairless Hills, Pa. 
Mathematics 



Barbara J. Schlie 
Wayne, Pa. 
Biology 



Gail E. Serretti 
Mountainside, N.J. 
Sociology 





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Richard H. Sherwood 
Oradell, N.J. 
History 



Janet M. Shickel 
Syracuse, N.Y. 
Theater 



P. Thomas Shouldice 
Shavertown, Pa. 
Biology 



Bonnie K. Smith 
Montoursville, Pa. 
French 




Claudia J. Smith 
Williamsport, Pa. 
Sociology 



Sharon R. Smith 
Harrisburg, Pa. 
Spanish 



Carl E. Snyder 
Cogan Station, Pa. 
Business Administration 



John L. Snyder 

Hatfield, Pa. 

Business Administration 



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Paul J. Sonnichsen 
Haworth, N.J. 
Mathematics 



Ronald J. Stanley 

Warren, N.J. 

English and Sociology 



Allen H. Spencer 
Harrington Park, Pa. 
Sociology 



Jerry E. Stecher 
South Williamsport, Pa. 
Theater 



Paul E. Spotts 
Montadon, Pa. 
Mathematics 



Linda K. Stere 
Altoona, Pa. 
Psychology 






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Elizabeth L. Straub 
Middleburg, Pa. 
Sociology 



Richard D. Straughn 
Cape May, N.J. 
Religion 

Craig P. Strohbach 
Park Ridge, N.J. 
Sociology 



Susan E. Strohmenger 
Little Silver, N.J. 
History 



Jane E. Swartz 
Linden, Pa. 
Sociology 



R. Joseph Taby 
Shamokin, Pa. 
Mathematics 



Richard C. Taylor, Jr. 
Bellefonte, Pa. 
Business Administration 



Larry M. Telep 
Coraopolis, Pa. 
Political Science 



Susan J. Thistlethwaite 
Washington, D.C. 
Chemistry 



Jacqueline M. Titus 
Huntington, N.Y. 
Psychology 



J. Paul Toth 
Trenton, N.J. 
Accounting 



Elizabeth L. Townsend 
Williamsport, Pa. 
Art 



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Evelyn M. Trainer 
Moorestown, N.J. 
Sociology 



P. Jay Tray 
Irwin, Pa. 
Biology 



A. JoAnn Trescott 
Baltimore, IVId. 
Psychology 



Michele M. Troisi 
Williamsport, Pa. 
Biology 



Ralph R. Turner 
Auburn, N.Y. 
Psychology 

George W. Updegraff, Jr. 
Williamsport, Pa. 
Spanish 




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Gary T. VanDine 
Phoenixville, Pa. 
History 



James W. Van Horn 
Titusville, Pa. 
History 



Patricia Pfeil Van Horn 
Montoursville, Pa. 
English 



Daryl R. VanPelt 
Little Silver, N.J. 
English 



James P. Vath 
West Caldwell, N.J. 
Biology 



George J. Vilushis 
Hazleton, Pa. 
Biology 



Linda M. Wabschal 
Williamsport, Pa. 
Political Science 



Robert W. Walker 
Drexel Hill, Pa. 
Mathematics 



Sally A. Walton 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Psychology 



Gerald A. Wasson, Jr. 
Erie, Pa. 
Mathematics 



Mary 0. Waters 
Fayetteville, N.Y. 
Spanish 



Thomas C. Way 
Harrisburg, Pa. 
Biology 



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Thomas G. Well 
Ridgewood, N.J. 
Mathematics 



Kenneth A. Wertley 
Easton, Pa. 
Biology 



Glenn K. Wey 
Little Falls, N.J. 
Political Science 



David A. Williamson 
Williamsport, Pa. 
Physics 



John R. Wilson, Jr. 
Woodland, Pa. 
Accounting 



Richard D. Wilson 
Drexel Hill, Pa. 
French 



James L. Wise 
Mifflintown, Pa. 
Mathematics 



Linda M. Wolfe 
Williamsport, Pa. 
Biology 



Sidney L. Wood 
Syracuse, N.Y. 
English 




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p. Dee Woodman 
Meadowbrook, Pa. 
Russian 



Sandra L. Worrell 
Wilmington, Del. 
Mathematics 



David A. Young 
Millmont, Pa. 
Religion 



Arthur E. Zimmerman, Jr. Thomas A. Zimmerman 
Williamsport, Pa. Williamsport, Pa. 

Political Science Psychology 



Theodore M. Zurinsky 
Williamsport, Pa. 
English 



Frances P. Deal 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Biology 





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SENIORS NOT PICTURED: 



Mark B. Blackwell 
Paul T. Bowden 
Amelia A. Bower 
Paula K. Bowersox 
Terrance L. Buchanan 
Cynthia D. Cendoma 
Howard F. Chambers, Jr. 
Laura S. Chervenak 
Robert L. Coleman 
Deborah J. Cox 
Paula C. Croes 
Linda Deardorff DePatto 
David W. Dickson 
Philip M, Engleson 
Malcom C. Farrow, IV 
Joan L. Ghiselin 
Maureen L. Gilmour 
Juanita M. Good 
William J. Guy 
Gary P. Hamalian 
Gregory M. Hockman 
Robert C. Holt 
Paul F. Johanson 
Donna M. Jones 
Ralph J. Keller 
James M. Kitchen 
Lee E. Laszewski 
Richard F. Laudenslager 
L. John Lovell 



Fred E. Martin 
Frederick J. May 
James McMahon 
Dorothy McNelly 
Kaaren L. Miller 
Gilbert Nicholas 
William A. OhI 
Jill Lutz Olias 
Diane G. O'Neal 
Thomas P. Pulizzi 
Christopher L. Rand 
Jill McElheny Roman 
Richard A. Rupert 
Anthony J. Schill 
Steven M. Serota 
Alan D. Shelley 
Frank S. Shinko 
Craig M. Smith 
Steven T. Smith 
Gary Stout 
William D. Thomas 
Douglas E. Toothaker 
Charles I. Usmar, III 
James D. Verberg 
Judith A. Wakefield 
John Watson 
James A. Worth 
Richard T. Zimany 




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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS; President Bill Remorenko, 
Vice-President Cheryl DePree. Treasurer Sue Strohmenger, 
Secretary Pete Brugulere. 






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JUNIORS 







JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Treasurer Ellie Moyle, President Kermit Borland, 
Vice-President Bev Hampton. 



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SOPHOMORES 







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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Treasurer Steve Hogan, Secretary 
Laurie Mims, President Mike Schweder, Vice-President Dan Miller. 




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FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: Sharon Seamon, Martha 
Voods, Bernie Ulrich. 



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CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 




DORM COUNCILS 




FORREST HALL COUNCIL: Roxanne AInutt, President; 
Mar|ory Brubaker, Carol Ziegler, Louise Hanley, Cindy 
Falscik, Cheryl Bowie, Laurie Connolly, Jean Sakal. 




RICH HALL COUNCIL: Marilyn Minnich, Sally Weid- 

ler, Bernie Ulrich, President; Judy Allison, Kathy 

McLaury, Carol Lindsay, Carolyn Clifford, Mane 
Seers, Bev Smith, Kathy Mothershed. 





CREVER HALL COUNCIL: Marilyn Jackson, Janet Pum- 
phrey. Betsy Penecal, JoAnne Furcillo. Pat Finnesey, 
Ellie Moyle. 



SKEATH HALL ASSEMBLY: Ken Ponchel. Bill Eck- 
ert, Chip Winner, Geary Oerman, Steve Turnball, Lee 
Michlin. John Filiberto, Burt Zimmerman. 



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HONOR HALL: Linda Bush, President; Linda Chase, Lynne 
Clinch. 




NORTH HALL COUNCIL: Nancy Peterson, Leah 
Bird, Judy Clement, Jean Gamble, Judy Bowen, 
Faith Christiansen, Jean Kline, Susie Gates, 
Dianne Dibeler, Sandy Hess, President. 



MEN S DORM COUNCIL — Front row: Chris Alexander. Jim Pietrovlto, Lee 
Michlin. Back row: Norm Cetuk, Jim Martin, Tom Shimmer. 





RESIDENT WOMEN'S COUNCIL: Chris Modisher, Jennifer West, Betty 
Straub, Sandy Hess, Roxanne AInutt, Marilyn McClutcheon, Sue Spangle, 
Carol Devitt, Bernie Ulrich. 



AWS: President Susie Albert, First Vice-Presi- 
dent Ronalee Bennett, Second Vice-President 
Betsy Goodwin, Secretary Lynn Sestina, Trea- 
surer Cheryl Eck. 



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ASSISTANT EDITOR— Thomas J. McElheny 

EDITORIAL 
STAFF 

EDITOR Michael J. Newman 

CO-EDITOR Wanda F. Root 

ASSISTANT EDITOR Thomas J. McElheny 

BUSINESS EDITOR Keith E. Bailey 

ADVERTISING EDITOR S. Eric Asendorf 

PHOTOGRAPHER Keith F. Black 

ADVISOR Dean Jack C. Buckle 



BUSINESS EDITOR— Keith E. Bailey 




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THE ARROW 



EDITOR — Michael J. Newman 





CO-EDITOR— Wanda F. Root 



ADVERTISING EDITOR— S. Eric Asendorf 



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PSEA 




Front row: Sue Hohl, Sally Walton, Sue Stewart, Janet Buzby. Second row; Judy Sayre, Caroline Kendall, Mary Malloy, 
Ferna Budman, Shirley Goebel, Leah Bird. Third row: Susie Gates, Ronalee Bennett, Nancy Peterson, Judy Clement, 
Sue Wilkinson, Sue Strohmenger. Back row: Janet OIpp, Daryl VanPelt, Jan Bradway, Bev Hampton, Paul Rohrer. 



THE BELL 



EDITORS 



The Bell is the weekly campus newspaper 
published by the students of Lycoming College. 
In addition to informing the campus commu- 
nity of events at the College, it provides the 
students and faculty with an outlet for their 
opinions. Through feature articles and editori- 
als the Bell serves to stimulate intellectual con- 
versation on issues of interest. 



EDITOR William J. Gallagher, III 

MANAGING EDITOR Mary Ellen Livesay 

BUSINESS MANAGER Philip J. Barlett 

ADVERTISING MANAGER Frederick W. Thul 

CIRCULATION MANAGER Gary A. Bower 

NEWS EDITOR Donald Villa 

FEATURE EDITOR Maureen Haggerty 

SPORTS EDITOR David Herdman 

COPY EDITOR Betsy Bampton 

ART EDITOR Steve Hogan 

ADVISOR Dean Jack C. Buckle 



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SUB BOARD 




Seated: Barb Holley, Dean McCormick, Daryl VanPelt, Sally Walton. Second row: Sue Stewart, Sandra Myers, Sue 
Strohmenger, Mayetta Riner, Ronalee Bennett, Kathy Starzer, Janet Olpp. Back row: Ken Green, Mike Stiall. Pete Ost- 
wald. Dan Hullitt, Bob Walker, Pete Foster, Rich Caldwell. 




SGA 



The Student Government Association, as 
a student elected council, has a great respon- 
sibility to the students, including planning and 
approving many of the social activities of the 
campus, SGA planned such activities as Home- 
coming when they had Martha and the Vandel- 
las and the Happenings on campus and Turn- 
on Weekend. 



OFFICERS 



PRESIDENT Richard Brown 

FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT Malcolm P. Northam 

SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT Thomas L. Scheffer 

SECRETARY Constance L. Carver 

TREASURER Robert A. Ayres 



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LYCO INVESTORS 




Front row: Gene Jensen, Wayne Smith, Tom Miller, Wayne Sigmund, Rick Thul. Second row: Mr. Edward 
Sweeney, Steve Thomas, Paul Rohrer, Jim Yarnel, Tom Taylor, Bob McLain. Back row: Lee Michim, Phil 
Barlett, Jeff McKenna, Ron Shallhouse, Frank Dertzbaugh, John Grove. 



MODEL 
U.N. 




John Bucher, Glenn Wey, Tom Brinton, John Middleton, Bob Baldi, 
Marion Grunewald, Renale Barthold, Chip Winner, Faith Christian- 
sen, Linda Wabschall, Murray Ross. 



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W.A.A 



Lana Falejev, Sue Hohl, Mayetta Riner, Sharon Hense, Kathy 
Acuff, Janice Burkey, Kalhy Edwards. 




ART 
CLUB 



Pete Foster, Amy Gehron, John Hull, Sandy Luscombe, Ralph Greene, Gary Stellphlug, Mr. Roger 
Shipley. 



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CHOIR 




Front row: L. Archard, S. Kaufman. B. Huskin. L. Bush, L. Hensler, E. King, K. Cunningham, E. Beers, G. Muller, D. Goodrich. 
Second row; J. Harter. M. Seers, S. Freitag, N. Colliver. L. Stere, K. Dake. B. Edelmann, K. Peters, P. Bennett, 0. Boyce. C. Eck. 
Third row: R. Carey. G. Anderson, C. Askin, J. Stecher, R. Rittenhouse, J. Crowe, W. Simmons. M. Fisher, J. Amico, B. Moyle. 
Back row: P. Barfoot, S. Grove. J, Mix. D. Miller, B. Dean, O. Cook. B. Brewer. P. Astad, J, DeReamer, Z. Sten, B. Buckley. 



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BAND 





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IFC 




Mel Campbell. Pete Luxton, Mike Shaffer, Tom Skok. Jim Smith, Tom Shivetts, Rex Horan, Rick Russell, Dale 
Ayres, Bob Skilton, Wayne Smith. Barry Hamilton, Andy Tanger, Doug Richardson. 



Erdly, Bob 



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ALPHA PHI OMEGA 





Xi Pi Chapter of Alpha Phi Omega was char- 
tered at Lycoming College in December, 1963. 
During its time as a colony and now as a chapter 
of the largest national fraternity, Alpha Phi Omega 
has endeavored to be of service to the campus, 
community, nation, and chapter. 



While the social aspects are not ignored, the 
fraternity does concentrate on service. Alpha Phi 
Omega ushers for the weekly Chapel services, 
provides the cannon crew for the football season, 
and helps out with the Bloodmobile Drive and 
Campus Chest Fund. 



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WILBURS PITTINGERJR JACKC WEISS DEWITTC.LATHROP WILLIAM J MOYLE 



DAVID M KOMTSKY JEFFREY D LEMKE LAWRENCE R HA^ 




DOUGLAS G. BROWN ED J.GUESSEFELD JACK L. BREECH F RANDOLPH GANE JR JOHN L CARROLL GARY W. SCHAPER OTTO L SONDE 



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PRESIDENT: MICHAEL C. MUSHENO 
VICE-PRESIDENT: KENNETH A. WERTLEY 
SECRETARY: JOHN D. LUTZ 
TREASURER: PETER B. LUXTON 








DAVID B WEBB 



KENNETH H SNOWDEN RICHARD Z. SINGER DAVID B- JACKSON 



Gamma Rho Chapter of Alpha Sigma Phi 
was installed at Lycoming College in May 
1965. The fraternity was founded upon Chris- 
tian Principles which include the Second Law, 
the Law of Brotherly Love. 

The objectives and goals of Alpha Sigma 
Phi are best stated in the purposes of the 
fraternity which are to foster education, to 
maintain charity, and to promote patriotism. 
Colors: Cardinal and Stone 
Founded: 1845 Yale University 
Established: Lycoming College 1951 

Formerly Alpha Gamma Upsiion 
Flower: Talisman Rose 




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JOHN P.TOTH 



PETER B SCHAEFFER JACK R.BENNETT DAVID G.L. HARRIS 




WILLIAM H ECKERT GENE VAN BENTHYSEN MICHAEL M SHAFFER CHARLES E FOX 




JEFFREY C BEFUMO KEN E WOLFROM ROBERT L. DLUGE J R JOHN A SPENCE 



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GERALD AWASSON 



DAVID L.JOHNSON 



RICHARD B. KELLER 

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ROBERT G. JAMIESON 



RICHARD C.TAYLOR 



RICHARD J MCBRINN 




HOWARD F CHAMBERS JR JAMES W CHRISTIE 



RAYMOND W KELLER 




PRESIDENT: RICHARD H. SHERWOOD 
VICE-PRESIDENT: MARK A. SANTUCCI 
SECRETARY: ANDREW B. TANGER 
TREASURER: RICHARD B. KELLER 



The purpose of Kappa Delta Rho is to 
promote brotherhood and to instill among 
its members a loyalty to the school and 
the fraternity. The fraternity also encour- 
ages the freshmen in their scholastic en- 
deavors through the sponsoring of the 
Papoose Award. 

Among the fraternity's projects were 
the Christmas party for underpriveleged 
children and entertaining at the Laurel- 
ton State Institution. 
Colors: Middlebury blue and Princeton 

orange 
Founded: 1905 Middlebury College 
Established: Lycoming College, 1951 

Formerly Theta Pi Pi 
Flower: Red rose 



GEORGE A MITCHELL 



WALLACE T SKOK 



JAMES H MARTIN 



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RICHARD H SHERWOOD 



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RICHARD C.HILER 

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RICHARD A.GIBSON 




DENNIS JAKUBOWICZ 



JAMES L MILLER 



JOHN D HARRISON 





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DOUGLAS I RICHARDSON THOMAS A CORTOLILLO LAWRENCE E WANGE EDWARD J GENTHER THOMAS LIVINGSTONE JR DOUGLAS W MAC ADAM 



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SIDNEY L WOOD KEITH E BAILEY THOMAS L SCHEFFER S ERIC ASENDORF THOMAS K HERRON JOHN L HULL ROBERT A AYRES 

SCHOLARSHIP CHAIRMAN ATHLmC CHAIRMAN SOCIAL CHAIRMAN SECRETARY VICE ^•RE^ILL^• PRESIDENT TREASURER 




WILLIAM A BLADT RICHARD J JOHNSEN GREGORY C MULLANEY ROBERT BALOI MELVIN H CAMPBELL.JR STEPHEN J MOLYNEAUX STANLEY S RAYMOND 



CORRESPONDING SECRETARY 



PLEDGE 'RflrNLR 




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MICHAEL J NEWMAN STEPHEN W GRUNER THOMAS S MCILWAIN F ALLEN MACOMBER ROBERT D HALLOWELL NOEL N MENAN MALCOLM PNORTHAM 




>C MORGAN BARRY C HAMILTON PHILIP L BROWNE CARLE TON G LINDSAY , JR JAMES GCRITICOS JOHN C MCROBERTS FRANK W HARPER ll 




TONY K SCHEPIS KING EADKINS.JR DONALD J VILLA JAMES KUELL THOMAS V KRUG , JR RANDALL K MOORE WILLI AM J DAY . JR. 



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PRESIDENT: JOHN L. HULL 
VICE-PRESIDENT: THOMAS K. HERRON 
SECRETARY: S. ERIC ASENDORF 
TREASURER: ROBERT A. AYRES 



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Lambda Chi Alpha was founded on the 
precept of forming a well-rounded individ- 
ual. This is clearly expressed through their 
two motto s — "Every Man a Man" and 
"Naught Without Labor". 

Lambda Chi Alpha has striven to produce 
men who can work both as individuals and 
as a team — through the perpetuation of their 
brotherhood. 

Colors: Purple, Green, and Gold 
Founded: 1909 Boston University 
Established: Lycoming College 1951 

Formerly Lambda Phi Delta 
Flower: White Rose 




JACKSON M KILLMON ROBERT M 5KILT0N IRVIN R BETTS MICHAEL C SMITH 




ARTHUR C WOLFF, JR NICHOLAS J MILLAR EDWARD FORMAN ROBERT D JONES 





DANNY W ROSS 



THOMAS FISHER 




WILLIAM S JULA 



HUGH M POWELL 



JAMES T FISHER 




JOHN B BELL 



JAMES M C€ FIOSE 



GREGORY W PYLE 







DONALD L FRIDAY 



AUGUST A RLiNMARDT 



JOHN R LAMB 




PRESIDENT: WILLIAM S. JULA 
VICE-PRESIDENT; JAMES T. FISHER 
SECRETARY: DWIGHT GEHMAN 
TREASURER: THOMAS H. FISHER 



Sigma Pi was established at Lycoming 
College in 1953. It is one of the largest 
national fraternities on campus. To date, 
there are over eighty chapters of Sigma 
Pi throughout the United States. The fra- 
ternity strives to develop character with 
high standards of morality in all fields. 

Many Sigma Pi brothers have contrib- 
uted greatly to Lycoming's varsity athletic 
program. 

Colors: Lavender and white 
Founded: Vincennes University 
Established: Lycoming College 1953 
Flower: Lavender Orchid 



GEOFFREY H SLIFER 



DARRYL R DREESE 



MARK J SHORE 



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WILUAM C GREBE 



JAMES T NEALON 



BRIAN F GALIK 




DWIGHTE STAMBOLIAN 



RICHARD C MAERZ 



JAMES C REBER 



JAMES W SMITH JR 



CHARLES A KAUFFMAN 



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KENNETH L ARNHOLT 



DALE K ERDLr 

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WAYNE I SMITH WILLIAM E SPENCER JAMES L HEBE 



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PRESIDENT: DALE K. ERDLY 
VICE-PRESIDENT: DAVID B. MORGAN, III 
SECRETARY: KENNETH L. ARNHOLT 
TREASURER: ALAN D. SHEELEY 



Tau Kappa Epsilon was founded to aid the 
college in all phases of activity. The primary 
goals are high scholastic achievement, the 
development of strong character, and friend- 
ship. TKE seeks to promote leadership, and 
responsibility in its brothers. 
Colors: Cherry and Gray 
Founded: Illinois Wesleyan University 1899 
Established: Lycoming College March 20, 
1968 
Flower: Red Carnation 







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JAMES L WISE 



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PETER R BRUGUIERE 



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KERMIT M BORLAND THOMAS B CROYLE RICHARD C WATTERS 





PAUL MARSDEN JON R LOELIGER THOMAS W YOCUM 



PRESIDENT: JAMES A. CHILTON 
VICE-PRESIDENT: P. JAY TRAY 
SECRETARY: DONALD P. NIBOUAR 
TREASURER: DONALD B. BEACH 



The purpose of Theta Chi is to develop 
an organized brotherhood within the con- 
text of campus life, a brotherhood oriented 
both inward and outward. This is expressed 
in their motto, "Alma Mater first and Theta 
Chi for Alma Mater." 

An overall intellectual concern prevails 
throughout the brotherhood. Once again 
Theta Chi presented the annual Homecom- 
ing OX roast. 

Color: Military White and Red 
Founded: 1856 Norwich University 
Established: Lycoming College 1955 

Formerly Zeta Tau Beta 
Flower: Red Carnation 



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RITRICK J TRAY 

VICE PRESIDE*iT 



JAMES A CHILTON 

PRESI&EN' 



DONALD R NIBOUAR DONALD B, BEACH 

SECRETARY 'REfi50RER 



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SPORTS 




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LYCOMING COLLEGE FOOTBALL SQUAD - 1968 - Fronf ro\N: J. DeRose, W. Andes, D. Dickson, D. Ross, M. Brouse, G. 
Vilushis, D. Overley, J. Tray, J. Hoernig, R. Spieth, W. Albanese, T. Bakley, A. Bracciale, J. Bongiovanni, D. Kelley, J. Martin, 
A. March, J. Myers. Second row: D. Richardson, S. Miller, W. Olsen, E. Genther, Jim Smith, C. Kautfman, D. Dreese, D. Thomp- 
son, R. Hiler, H. Salvaggio, J. Swenson, F. DeGondea, M. Franke, A. Berg, J. Avery, M. Greiner. Third row: C. Fox, D. Ball, 
R. Watters, D. Brown, D. Webb, J. DePatto, A. Reinhardt, W. Curley, D. Shallcross, R. Biggio, S. Holden, A. Turczynski, R. 
Keller, J. Markle, J. Glenn, P. Chambers, N. Cetuk, Jeff Smith, A. Prelusky, R. Poorman, P. Betlyn, J. McDonald, T. Reilly, H. 
Sherman. Fourth row: A. Ketner, B. DeHass, D. Heil, J. Keisling, R. Chesney, L. Kunes, R. Turner, R. Rader, E. Losey, D. Stern, 
H. Beezer, J. Pietrovito, T. Hinkle, T. Deshong. Fifth row: Trainer - Bob Hept, E. Forman, R. McBrinn, T. Porter, D. Picketts, A. 
Washington, M. Schweder, S. Yastro, R. Hook, D. Kern, R. Profetta, E. Stoltz, K. Wolf. 



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WARRIORS 
RECORD 



Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 



Albright 9 

10 Wagner 

3 Delaware Valley .... 39 

29 Western Maryland ... 37 

7 Juniata 25 

13 Susquehanna 17 

8 Upsala 39 

13 Muhlenberg 21 







Under the tutelage of second year coach, Budd Whitehill, the 
Warriors' grid machine compiled a heartbreaking 1-7 record for the 
1968 season. The Warriors' only victory came over a very highly re- 
garded Wagner team. With most of the team returning, prospects are 
good for the 1969 season. Tri-captains Bill Curley, Chip Kauffman, 
and Dale Overley provide a nucleus of talent to replace our senior 
stars: Captain Bill Andes, Dave Dickson, Dan Ross, Jay Tray, and 
George Vilushis. 



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LYCOMING COLLEGE CHEER 
Marilyn Olafsen, Sandra Myers, 
Carol Devilt. Linda Devine, Carolyn 



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LEADERS - FALL 1968: Sally Brehm, 
Sandra Hess, Carolyn Van Blarcom, 
Bourne, Sue Slromenger - Captain. 




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SOCCER 




LYCOMING COLLEGE SOCCER TEAM— 1 968— Fronf 

row: Wilson, Gallk, Sherwood, Snyder, Baldl, Biggs, 
Shaw. Second row: Kitchen, Johanson, Otto, Campbell, 
Nevius. Tanger, Slifer, Elonai. Third row: Ramsaur, 
McCloghry, Horen, Slough, Falter, Pettitt, TosI, Coach 
Phillips. Fourth row: Ursell, Cassovani, Miller, Worth, 
Wick, Wasser, Curtis. 



SOCCER SLATE 



Lycoming 2 

Lycoming 4 

Lycoming 2 

Lycoming 1 

Lycoming 1 

Lycoming 2 

Lycoming 1 

Lycoming 5 

Lycoming 2 

Lycoming 2 

Lycoming 



Dickinson 3 

Rider 8 

Lock Haven 4 

Upsala 2 

Moravian 3 

Wilkes 6 

Washington 6 

Susquehanna 2 

Western Maryland . . 4 
Elizabethtown .... 6 
Bucknell 7 




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The loss of several key players 
early in the season hurt soccer 
coach Nelson Phillips' chances 
for a winning year. Playing a 
tough schedule, the warrior 
booters hope to improve on this 
season's 1-10 record in 1969. 
Lost through graduation are vet- 
erans: Biggs, Harrison, Johanson, 
Kitchen, Otto, and Sherwood. 



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BASKETBALL 




LYCOMING COLLEGE VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD - Back row: Ken Burd, Gordon 
Peiper, Wells Gage. Dennis Jakubowicz, Tony Schlll. Middle row: John Hart, Bill Peck, 
Mark Henderson, Fred Martin, Dan Corizzo. Front row: Pat Paruso, Bill Jula, Herb Lan- 
don. Steve Smales. 




CAGERS SCORE 



Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 



104 Susquehanna .... 101 

72 Bowie 79 

94 Lincoln 93 

113 Wagner 119 

109 Wilkes 89 

95 Drew 86 

74 Hiram 78 

99 Geneva 110 

92 Albright 107 

101 Rochester Tech . . 81 

69 Juniata 96 

116 Scranton 96 

85 Muhlenberg 73 

. 99 Delaware Valley . . 108 

. 98 Wilkes 105 

97 Dickinson 88 

93 Elizabethtown ... 92 
91 Upsala 85 

73 Washington 76 



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LYCOMING COLLEGE JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD - 
Back row: Randy O'Neal, Greg Borkowske, Al Kauffman, Bob Hess, 
Huble Schlientz. Middle row: Craig Rozen, Doug Sector, Mike Har- 
man, Dan McNamara, Steve Russell. Front row: Mike Pagano, Rich 
Margraves, Dave Freund, Bruce Conner. 




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Playing in a rebuilding year with only three returning lettermen, 
Coach Clarence "Dutch" Burch guided the Warrior cagers to their 
fifth consecutive winning season. On the way to their 10-9 record, 
Lycoming averaged five men in double figures led by Bill Jula's 23.5 
mark. Lost through graduation are Bill Jula, Mark Henderson, Fred 
Martin, and Tony Schill. Top prospects for next season include ju- 
niors Gordon Peiper, Steve Smales, and Herb Landon, and sopho- 
more Dennis Jakubowicz. 






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VARSITY CHEERLEADERS - 1969; Captain 
Sue Strohmenger, Laurie Mims, Carol Devitt, 
Lynn Flock, Sandra Hess, Sandra Myers, 
Marilyn Olafsen, Carolyn Van Blarcom. 




JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS - 1969: 

Carolyn Clifford. Cheryll Bowie, Yvonne 
Bullock, Barbara Wayne, Rutfi Wilkinson. 



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WRESTLING 



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LYCOMING COLLEGE WRESTLING SQUAD — Back row: Philip Anderson, Kenneth Ponchel, 
Gary Zellner, Jack Rose, Greg Swimelar, Lewis Torrance. Third row: Richard Taylor, Martin 
llgen, Adrien March, Nathan Folwell, Robert Rader, Joe Jadlocki, Dave Johnson. Second row: 
Alfred Pino, Dwight Gehman, Dan Millar, Jeff Slifer, David Hooper, Frank DeGondea, Steve 
Buntrock. Front row: Tom Croyle, Doug Farrell, Darwin Popow, David Reed, Leonard Johnson, 
John Marthinson, Dennis Hebert. 



MAT MARKS 



Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 



. 3 
. 3 
. 5 
27 
. 5 
33 
30 
39 
15 
24 
15 
15 



Oswego Quad 

East Stroudsburg 28 

Springfield 31 

Juniata 

Lock Haven 23 

Hartwick 

IVIansfield 3 

Roch. Inst, of Tech 

Wilkes 14 

St. Francis 11 

Delaware Valley 12 

West Chester 22 



Under the direction of Bud Whitehill, the 
Lycoming College wrestlers closed out a highly 
successful 1968-69 season with a 10-4 record. 
The highlight of the year was a close 15-14 win 
posted over previously unbeaten and nationally 
ranked Wilkes. Lost through graduation this year 
are Bob Anderson and co-captain Dick Taylor. 




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Darwin Popow, wrestling at 123 lbs., 
garnished a winning season witti a 
second place finish at the Middle At- 
lantic Championships. The win gained 
him a spot In the NCAA College Division 
Tournament held at San Luis Obispo, 
California. Three successive wins moved 
him into the finals and a sixth place 
overall finish. 





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Highlighting Bud Whitehill's 13th year as head wrestling mentor 
was the presentation of an award commemorating his 100th team 
victory. The presentation was made by co-captams Dick Taylor and 
Dave Johnson. The 100th victory was recorded over Mansfield 
State. 



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SWIMMING 






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With Coach Mort Rauff and new Assistant Coach Jay Lowden, for- 
mer Lycoming swimming star, this year's swimming team compiled a 
winning 6-4-1 record. The Dickinson meet resulted in the first tie swim- 
ming score in Lycoming's history. Co-captains Sandy Raymond and Ken 
Wertley along with Steve Smith will be lost through graduation leaving 
several underclassmen to takeover next year's team. 




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SWIM SCORES 



Lycoming . 


. 37 


Lycoming . 


. 57 


Lycoming . 


. 23 


Lycoming . 


. 51 


Lycoming . 


. 58 


Lycoming . 


. 44 


Lycoming . 


. 37 


Lycoming . 


. 66 


Lycoming . 


. 47 


Lycoming . 


. 53 


Lycoming . 


. 57 



Temple 66 

Franklin and Marshall . . 37 

East Stroudsburg 72 

Gettysburg 43 

iVlorgan State 46 

iVIillersville 55 

American 57 

Wilkes 28 

Dickinson 47 

Elizabethtown 42 

Lock Haven 38 





LYCOMING COLLEGE SWIMMING TEAM — Back row: Jay Lowden — Asst. Coach, Bill 
Oats. Steve Smitti, Roger Frary, Charley Gauer, Mort Rauff — Coach. Middle row: Sandy 
Raymond — co-captain, Steve Hogan, Claus Ersbak, Chuck Wells, Dick Zack. Front row: 
Tom Krug, Bill Moyle, Ken Wertley — co-captaln. Ed Guessfeld. 




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GOLF SCORES 



Lycom 
Lycom 
Lycom 
Lycom 
Lycom 
Lycom 
Lycom 
Lycom 
Lycom 
Lycom 
Lycom 
Lycom 
Lycom 
Lycom 
Lycom 



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7 Elizabethtown 11 

14 Lebanon Valley 4 

7 Franklin and Marshall . 11 
3 Wilkes 15 

8 Dickinson 10 

8V2 Susquehanna 9V2 

IOV2 Juniata 7V2 

8 Western Maryland ... 10 

6V2 John Hopkins IIV2 

5V2 Delaware Valley 12y2 

11 Muhlenberg 7 

3 Scranton 15 

3V2 Upsala 141/2 

IV2 Bloomsburg I6V2 

41/2 Mansfield 131/2 




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GOLF 



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LYCOMING COLLEGE GOLF TEAM: Tom Fisher, Tony Cottone, Gary Bower — cap- 
tain, Brian Fish, Robert Ramsauer, Herb Zaring, 





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With an eye to the future, the Lycoming golf team finished 1969 
with a 3-12 record. Led by number one man, Gary Bower, the link- 
men used several freshmen while hoping to improve enough to re- 
ward Lycoming athletic director, Dave Busey, who doubles as coach, 
with a winning season in 1970. Graduating seniors include Bob An- 
derson, Tom Fisher, Mark Henderson, Jim Miller, and Bill Remorenko. 



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TENNIS 




After a very quick start, the Lycoming tennis team cooled to 
finish with a 5-7 record. Coach Nels Phillips will have to utilize several 
underclassmen next season to fill spots created by graduating se- 
niors John Hull, Al Macomber, and Bob Rabold. 



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TENNIS TALLY 



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Lycom 
Lycom 
Lycom 
Lycom 
Lycom 
Lycom 
Lycom 
Lycom 
Lycom 
Lycom 
Lycom 
Lycom 



ng 8 Scranton 1 

ng 8 Delaware Valley 1 

ng 6 Elizabethtown 3 

ng 2 Bucknell 7 

ng Franklin and Marshall .... 9 

ng 4 Dickinson 5 

ng 3 Rider 6 

ng Upsala 9 

ng 4 Albright 5 

ng 2 Juniata 7 

ng 6 Susquehanna 3 

ng 7 Wilkes 2 












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SCORES 



Lycoming 3 Delaware Valley 5 

Lycoming Delaware Valley 1 

Lycoming 4 Susquehanna 3 

Lycoming 1 Upsala 7 

Lycoming 4 Upsala 6 

Lycoming 3 Scranton 9 

Lycoming 2 Elizabethtown 3 





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BASEBALL 





Lycoming baseball fans were 
disappointed to see the War- 
riors finish with a 1-8 record, 
but were impressed with the 
number of underclassmen play- 
ing. Coach Dutch Burch will 
lose the services of senior Bill 
Davis but is looking forward to 
an improved 1970 season. 



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TRACK 




TRACK TALLY 



Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 
Lycoming 



. 71 Albright 78 

. 71 Haverford 32 

. 64 Dickinson 62 

. 64 Delaware Valley 55 

. 59V2 Lock Haven 991/2 

. 591/2 Mansfield 22 

. 83 Western Maryland .... 62 

. 94 Lebanon Valley 51 

. 23 Bucknell 85 

. 23 Susquehanna 73 

. 86 Juniata 59 




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The Lycoming cindermen rewarded head coach Seth Keller and his 
assistant Phil Williams with a winning record in their first year directing 
the track team. Several new school records were established while de- 
feating seven of eleven foes. Lost through graduation are Andy Ketner, 
A! Spencer, Ed Osgood, and four-year standard Ray Siegrist who set a 
new Lycoming 880 standard with a 1:56.9 clocking in the MAC cham- 
pionships. 



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ACTIVITIES 




ORIENTATION OF FRESHMEN 








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HOMECOMING 1968 



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HOMECOMING QUEEN 1968 




SALLY BREHM 



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QUEEN CANDIDATES: Suzanne Stevens, Mary Waters, Carrie Bourne. Peggy Giaugue, Barb Bloser, 
Nancy Gelb, Barb Mitchell, Sandy Fogle, Jean Kline, Barb Sasso, Sally Brehm. 



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PARENT'S 



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WEEKEND 1968 






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WINTER WEEKEND 







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TURN-ON 
WEEKEND 







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ARTIST AND LECTURE 



Josh White 




Daniel Watts 





Jack Anderson 





Dr. Harry Gideonse 




Turnau Opera Players 



Riverside Singers 



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SERIES 




Ronald Turin! with Washington Na- 
tional Symphony. 




Nat Hentoff 




Charlie Byrd 





John Peer Nugent 




Dr. Jean Houston 



Preservation Hall Jazz Band 



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ARENA THEATRE— FALL 1968 




SILENT NIGHT, LONELY NIGHT 
Philip Schenk, Janet Schickel 




LOOK HOMEWARD ANGEL 

Dee Dorchester, Diane Weeks, Elizabeth Heap, Bill Thomas, Bill White 




LOOK HOMEWARD ANGEL 
Linda Chase, Paul Tharp 



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THE OWL AND THE PUSSYCAT 
William Thomas, Margaret Myers 





BRECHT ON BRECHT 

Michael Miner, James Symmons, Philip Schenk 



THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST 
Linda Chase, Cynthia Cendoma 



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SHAKESPEARE: SOUL OF AN AGE 
William Thomas 



THE ODD COUPLE 

D. Franklin Leinthall, Michael Waltz, Roger Housel, 

Robert Sherwood, Jerry Stecher, Michael Ryerson. 




HOLES AND SMALLER PIECES 
Diane Weeks, Janet Shickel 




SLOW DANCE ON THE KILLING GROUND 
Linda Chase, Robert Porter, James Symmons 



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ARENA THEATRE— SPRING 1969 




AS YOU LIKE IT 

Philip Schenk, Cynthia Cendoma, Kathryn Leinthall, 

Linda Chase, Elizabeth Rhodes, Michael Ryerson. 





AS YOU LIKE IT 

Michael Waltz, Janet Shickel, Michael Miner. 



ALICE IN WONDERLAND 
Jeffrey Halpern, Robert Baldi, Kim Gor- 
don, Cindy Joseph. 



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SPRING WEEK 







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HONOR'S DAY 






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CHIEFTAIN 1969 




To that senior whom both students and faculty consider to have contributed 
the most to the college goes the highest honor the college confers. Not only must 
the student be in the upper half of his class, but must possess also the attributes 
of leadership, responsibility, and personality. 

It is with great honor and pride that we announce 

SUSAN E. STROHMENGER 

as the 1969 Chieftain. 



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WOMAN OF THE YEAR 







SUSAN J. ALBERT 



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WHO'S WHO 





Michael C. Musheno 




Sally A. Walton 



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Susan J. Albert 



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1969 







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Dr. and Mrs. Harold H. Hutson 



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ADVERTISEMENTS 




PATRONS 



Mr. and Mrs. Fred Abbott 
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Amico 
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Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Beach 
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Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Bird 
Raymond G. Blood, Jr., M.D. 
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Chilton 
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Rev. and Mrs. Donald D. Cronk 
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Dr. and Mrs. Raymond A. Davis 
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Mr. and Mrs. Frank N. Devitt 
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Mr. and Mrs. George Dietz, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Edgerton 
Emmick Motor Company 
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Mr. and Mrs. LeBoron R. Foster 



Mr. and Mrs. Clifford A. Freitag 

Mr. arid Mrs. Thomas A. Gamble 

Mrs. Watts Grayson 

Mrs. F. W. Harper, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. James D. Henry 

Mr. Walter Hess, Hess Brothers 

Mr. J. A. Hogan 

Mr. and Mrs. George B. Holley 

Dr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Hopkins 

Mr. and Mrs. James W. Jervo 

Mr. and Mrs. William Junda 

Mr. and Mrs. John G. Kilian 

Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Kitchen 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Kintner 

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Kunes 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A. Kurtyke 

Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Langley 

Mr. and Mrs. George Larsen 

Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Magargle 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond C. Maronpot, M.D. 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. Martin, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. May, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. R. W. McClurg 

Mr. Thomas McForlane 

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin W. Mealey 

Mr. and Mrs. Lemor Mervine, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence P. Mihal 

Dr. and Mrs. David G. Mobberley 

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Molyneaux 



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PATRONS 



Dr. and Mrs. Austin J. Moran 
Richard R. Mother Agency 
Mr. and Mrs. Norman L. Myers 
Mr. and Mrs. Williams C. Myers 
Mr. Chester G. Newey 
Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Oermann 
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent L. Olafsen 
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest H. Oliver 
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Ormsby 
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Ostwald 
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Otto 
Rev. and Mrs. George L. Overley 
Dr. and Mrs. Dudley Phillips 
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Poetter 
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ralston 
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley S. Raymond 
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall C. Reams 
Mr. and Mrs. Logan A. Richmond 
Mr. and Mrs. William G. Richmond 
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy J. Rickards 
Rizzo Auto Livery 
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Root 
Mr. Ande J. Ross 



Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Sanders 

Mr. and Mrs, Abbott F. Santucci 

Mr, and Mrs. John H. Shallcross 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold D, Sherwood 

Mrs. Katharine C. Shickel 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Linford Snyder 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Storbuck 

Mr. Howard N. Stellpflug 

Mr. and Mrs. Strafton B. Stevens 

C. W. Straub, M.D. 

Mr. Nicholas Stroia 

Dr. and Mrs. M. W. Tooloian 

Mr. and Mrs. John William Toth 

Mr. and Mrs. Merrill A. Trainer 

Mr. and Mrs. Lewis S. Trescott, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Updegroff 

Mr. Clement J. Vath 

Mr. and Mrs. William D. Vickers 

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde E. Way 

Mr, and Mrs. Don White 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Robert Winner, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Worrell 



The staff of the 1969 Arrow would like to thank all 
the parents who helped to make this yearbook a reality. 



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H. D. NEWMAN & CO. 



MEMBERS AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE 

508 JEFFERSON STREET 
CARLSTADT, N.J. 07072 



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Compliments of 



SVLVIMI ELEtTKlC FliODlCTS II. 



18B7 

Williamspori 

NATIONAL 

BANK 



A STRONG 

i? tDMfUU l INITITUTWN 



We cordially invite you to use our complete 
Banking and Trust Services 



WILLIAMSPORT NATIONAL BANK 



WILLIAMSPORT, PA. 

Three Convenient Locations — 

329 Pine Street, Loyal Plaza Shopping Center 

and 1901 Lycoming Creek Road 
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



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Scotch & Sirloin Room — Patio Room 

THE LYCOMING HOTEL 

AND 
MOTOR LODGE 

Central Air Conditioning 
210 Room Hotel 50 Room Motor Lodge 

PRIVATE MEETING ROOMS 

Fourth & William Streets, Williamsport, Pa. 

Hotel 326-5181 Motel 326-1501 

JOHN T. NICOLOSI— Vice-President and General Manager 




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EVERYTHING 


FOR 


EVERYONE IN 


SPORTS 






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55J 


i> 








J 


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ts 


rSPORTIN^ 

^ Goods ^ 


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336 


Pine Street 








226 


E. Main Street 










and 








WILLIAMSPORT, 


PA. 






LOCK 


. HAVEN, 


PA. 




Downtown Loyal Plaza 

14 W 4th St. 1915 E. 3rd St. 

WILLIAMSPORT. PA. 



VILLAGE TEA ROOM INC. 

open Sundays 
213 W. Fourth Si. Williamspon, Pa. 



F. & A. SILVAGNI 



YOUR GENERAL ELECTRIC DEALER 



Hoyer^s Photo 
Supply Inc. 

EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC 

l« West Fourth Si. WILLIAMSPORT, PA. 



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Complete Selection 



of 



Fresh Top Quality Dairy Products 




CARL H. STEELE 

Distributor of products by Royal 
Woi'ld's Largest Manufacturer of Typewriters 

Electric — Standard — Portable 

224-226 W. Third St.. Willianisport, Pa. 
Phone 323-6109 



Service 



Sales 



Rental.'^ 



Supplies 



TRI -STATE 
DISCOUNT CENTER 

Lycoming County's First Discount Department Store 

Corner of Dewey Ave. and Memorial Ave. 
Phone 322-7808 



LYCOMING PRINTING COMPANY 

Incorporated 

Horry G. McCoy 

LETTERPRESS AND OFFSET PRINTERS 

410 Penn Street Telephones: 326-9583 322-3933 

WILLIAMSPORT, PENNSYLVANIA 
Conveniently located — just tv^o blocks from Campus 



CONFAIR BOTTLING CO., INC. 

WILI.IWISFORT. FKN\\. 17701 

PFPSI-COLA 

DIET- PEPSI 

SEVEN-LiP 

LIKE 

KICKAPOO lOV .RTCE 



J. S. RUDNITZKI, INC. 

113 West 4th St. 

The Diamond Center of Williamsport 

Since 1905 

Diamonds — Watches — China — Crystal 



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ALL NEW 



CODER S CLEANERS 



537 MARKET ST. 



( Price 

The Only Dry Cleaner to Offer You All Three <, Service 

( Quality 



Specialty Dry Cleaning 



Where All fork Is 100% Guaranteed 



For Your Finer Garments 



MAIL ORDERS ACCEPTED 



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THANK YOU 
FOR USING 

MACKE 

Services 
Macke Lycoming Vending Compan\' 

rELEPHONE-326-2631 

2I()()RK\(:H ROAD, WILLIAMSPORT, P.\.. 17701 




WILLIAMSPORT 
ROUTE 220 

LOYAL PLAZA 

the area's number 1 department store 



200 



finer things for men 

FOURTH AT COURT STREET 
WILLIAMSPORT, PA. 



Congratulations to our daughter for a job 
well done! 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Peters 



Compliments of 
PERROTTO'S 



Flair 

"Your Ap\ To Fushion" 

LOYAL PL\ZA 
V^ILLLWISPORI', ['\. 



FAXON LUMBER CO. 

1700 E. Pherd Street 
"Everything for the do-it-yourself builder." 
Phone 323-6171 Williamsport, Pa. 



1 




BOWUNG 




& POCKET BILLIARDS 


lis 


Great For A Date 

Try it at 




FAXON 


BOWLING 


LANES 


1550 


East Third Street 


1 



'FRIENDLY FULL SERVICE BANKING" 



AT 



n NORTHERN CENTRAL 



• . • 



BANK AND TRUST COMPANY 

Williamsport, Pa. 



Newberry Office 
4th and Arch St. 



READY-CASH 



Phone 326-261 1 

Downtown Office 
4th and Pine St. 



Bank 



Loyalsock Office 

Washington Blvd. at 

River Ave. 



Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



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Northwestern Mutual Life 
Insurance Company 

Herbert G. Kane District Agent 

460 Market Street 

Williamsport, Pa. 

Phone 326-3341 

$20,000 Life Insurance 

Estate 

New Concept Is Permanent Life Insurance 

Northwestern's New Extra Ordinary Life 

Age 22— $16.00 per Month 



Lester F. Bower, 
Inc. 

Insurance — Real Estate 



Williamsport Building 

460 Market St. 

Williamsport, Pa. 

322-3040 



Compliments of 



Thul Engine & Equipment Co. 



315 East Third Sf. 



Plainfield, New Jersey 



BROZMAN'S 

Williamsport - - - Lewisburg 

Home of "First Fashions First' 
For Young - in - Heart Women 



S & E MARKET 

"Open 7 Days a Week" 

Meats— Poultry— Produce 

508 Washington Blvd., Williamsport, Pa. 



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LYCOMING COLLEGE 




Lycoming i 


s a co-educational, liberal arts college granting the 


Bachelor of Arts degree. The Uberal arts program 


is basic to 


the professions of medicine, theology, teaching, law 


and den- 


tistry, and 


is desirable in engineering, science, phar 


macy, and 


veterinary 


medicine. 

CURRICULA 




Arts and Science 


Coop. Engin. Med. Tech. 


Pre-Med 


Business Admin. 


Coop. Forestry Pre-Dental 


Pre-Ministerial 


Religious Ed. 


Elementary Ed. Pre-Law 
AREAS OF CONCENTRATION 


Secondary Ed. 


Accounting 


Economics Music 


Religion 


American Civil. 


English Philosophy 


Retailing 


Art 


French German 


Russian 


Banking & Finance Gen. Business Physics 


Sociology 


^ Biology 


History Pol. Science 


Soviet Area 


Chemistry 


Mathematics Psychology 

Director of Admissions 

LYCOMING COLLEGE 

Williamsport, Pennsylvania 17704 
Phone 326-1951 


Spanish 
Theatre 



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'Wf 



M^: 



THE M^ORLD-S 
INNKEEPER 



REG. U.S. PAT. OFF. 



^oCjudLouuy gvwC 



East 3rd St. 
326-1981 
200 Rooms 

Banquet Facilities 

Cocktail Lounge — Dining Room 



Compliments 
of 



Rich House 



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Compliments of the 



Elmira College 



Class of 1969 



Pres. Janet Girling 
V.-P. Anne Scudder 



Tres. Harriet Mullaney 
Sec. Edith Sweeney 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



CURCHOE SUPER MARKETS 



PARk WE. & HEPBURN ST. 
K. E, THIRD ST. (BIG N PIAZA) 



"SHOP CVRCHOES-EAT THE BEST FOR LESS^' 



CARPENTER HARDWARE, 
INC. 



414-416 Washington Boulevard 

Williamsport, Pennsylvania 

Phone 323-6350 



Ace Locksmiths 



Keys Duplicated 
Architectural Hardv/are 
Complete Service 
1200 E. Third 322-4661 



GUMMO LAUNDRY CO. INC. 

614-16 East Third Street Williamsport, Pa. 322-6128 

"Discounts to College Students" 



ROBERT M. SIDES MUSIC, INC. 

45 Washington Blvd. 

Pianos — Organs — Stereos — 

T.V. — Guitars — Bond Instruments 



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E"^ 



Kathy Acuff 
Susie Albert 
Pat Aschinger 
Sue Beauvais 
Debby Beecher 
Ronalee Bennett 
Leah Bird 
Pam Bird 
Charlotte Bixby 
Judy Bowen 
Karen Bowers 
Jan Bradway 
Linda Brushett 
Linda Carlton 
Faith Christiansen 
Judy Clement 
Joan Couglar 
Debi Cox 
Donna Dallmeyer 
Myro Davis 
Pat Deible 



NORTH HALL 



Sandy Goodyear 
Carole Gras 
Cindy Gray 
Marilyn Hall 
Linda Haigh 
Kay Haney 
Jeanne Anne Harter 
Carol Henderson 
Karen Henry 
Margie Herley 
Helen Herrman 
Sandy Hess 
Sue Hohl 
Corky Holdstein 
Barb Holley 
Judy Jackson 
Carol Johnson 
Daria Kelchner 
Bev Keller 
Judy Keller 
Caroline Kendall 



Ram Martin 
Linda McClaslin 
Dot McNelly 
Pat McQuiston 
Nancy Mealey 
Diane Miller 
Kaoren Miller 
Barb Mitchell 
Kathy Moore 
Sandy Morrison 
Kathy Morse 
Gail Muller 
Marilyn Olafsen 
Janet OIpp 
Gail Ormsby 
Nancy Peterson 
Marilyn Phlllipy 
Pat Poetter 
Betsy Provost 
Gail Rasmussen 
Lona Reed 



Judy Sayre 
Lyn Schiller 
Gail Serretti 
Lynn Sestina 
Kathy Sibert 
Shelley Smith 
Emily Sopensky 
Sue Spangle 
Carol Spencer 
Judy Steinbacher 
Betty Straub 
Sue Strohmenger 
Linda Sunday 
Susie Thistlethwaite 
Jacquie Titus 
Beth Townsend 
Evi Trainer 
JoAnn Trescott 
Daryl VanPelt 
Judy Wakefield 
Sally Walton 



Cheryl DePree 


Jan Kennedy 


Lynn Reiss 


Alicelynne Watson 


Dianne Dibeler 


Eileen King 


Mayetta Riner 


Linda Webb 


Lois Deitz 


Sue Kituno 


Wanda Root 


Susie White 


Sandy Freitag 


Jean Kline 


Linda Ropp 


Sue Wilkinson 


Jean Gamble 


Mary Lane 


Sue Ross 


Dee Woodmen 


Susie Gates 


Kathy Leinthall 


Lynn Salmons 


Sandy Worrell 


Amy Gehron 


Sue Ludwig 


Barb Sasso 


Nancy Zinn 


Shirley Goebel 


Joyce Malone 







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Designers and Builders of Special 
Machinery, Tools and Dies 



EST, 1915 




M.J.MAGUTH&SON 
MACHINE COMPANY 

508 JEFFERSON STREET 
CARLSTADT, N.J. 07072 

TE LE PH O N E (20I) 939-4080 



Complete Precision and 
Production Machine Facilities 



ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS 



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McDonald's... 

the closest thing to home 



Look For The Golden Arches 




1730 East 3rd. St., Route 220 East 
Wi 1 1 iamsport, Pa. 



Better Clothes for Men and Boys 




A Fine Appearance 

is a Priceless Asset 






Compliments of 

L. C. BALL 
TOURS 

40 West 4th Street Williamsport, Pa. 

Phone 326-0506 

Airline and Steamship Reservations 

also 

Student Tours 



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MISTER DONUT 



144 VARIETIES 
WORLD'S BEST COFFEE 

Open 24 hours • 7 days a week 



KOCHER 

PHOTO SERVICE 

505 Cemetery St. Williamsport, Pa. 

Phone 323-1 167 



FOR BREAD AT ITS BEST 



REACH FOR 



SllMEAM 



Baked bv STROEHMANN'S 



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DOUBLE U STEAK HOUSE 



912 Arch Street 
Williamsport, Pennsylvania 



RALPH B. GRAMMER, INC. 
JEWELER 

148 W. Fourth St. Williamsport, Pa. 



j.c. greenya 
jeweler 



\(>\\. Iih Si. 



O'BRIEN'S 
HILLSIDE RESTAURANT 

R.D. 2, Montoursville, Pa. 



EVERYTHING 


FOR EVERYONE IN SPORTS 


C! 


SQjN 


^ 


S^r 


336 Pine Street 


226 E. Main Street 




and 


WILLIAMSPORT, PA. 


LOCK HAVEN, PA. 



2)0 



-.■KSAtx«a 




Compliments of 

RICH HOUSE 



MARY MAC INTOSH SERVICES 
MERIT LA UNDR Y & DRY 
CLEANING CO. 



1222 EDISON AVENUE 



SUNBURY, PENNSYLVANIA 



2n 



Compliments of 



HILLTOP SUB SHOP 



Compliments of 



BRYFOGLE'S FLOWERS 

1 1 W. 4th Street 
Ph. 322-4201 Williamsport 



Twentieth Century Bakery 

SPECIAL OCCASION CAKES 
REAR OF COURT HOUSE 



Coinplimcnls of 



MILO'S 




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Harry S. Nolan, Pres. 
B. Kenneth McFadden, V.-Pres. 



BANK OF SOUTH 
WILLIAMSPORT 



South Williamsport, Pa. 



SOUND 



SUCCESSFUL 



SOLID 



Assets over $8,800,000 

Member of Federal Insurance Corp. 

Helen D. Breidinger 

Clair W. Keefer, Asst. Cashier 





TONY'S BARBER SHOP 


RAZOR HAIRCUTTING- 


-ANY STYLE 


BARBERS 




Wayne Meconi 


Tony Barone 


Don Mondell 


Chet Powers 


Across from Fratern 


ity Dorm 



CENTRAL MUSIC STORE 

Seimer & Bundy Instruments 
Complete line of records & tapes 



Compliments of 

NORGE VILLAGE 

Loyal Plaza • Route 220 



Compliments of 

Reliable Furniture Company 

18-30 E. Third Street Williamsport, Pa. 

Where You Can See "Ethan Allen" 

Kroehler, Simmons, 9-E, etc. 



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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 



The staff of tfie 1969 Arrow has attempted to provide a meaningful record of 
the memorable events of the past year. I hope we have succeeded. 

I wish to thank all those who have spent much of their time trying to make 
this possible: our advisor, Dean Jack C. Buckle; our photographers, Mr. Herb 
Kocher and Mr. Burr Lewis from Kocher Photo Service; Mr. Robert Gadd, the 
Inter-Collegiate Press representative who got us started; and all the students 
who gave a helping hand. 

I would also like to express my thanks to all the persons who did the little 
things which we could not have done without. 

Thank you, 
Wanda Root 
Co-editor 






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